Whenever I attempt to transfer the contents of my SD card using copy & paste or by backing up and restoring the image from my 16gb to 128gb (then resizing), Windows detects some files as corrupted. With a USB imaging tool, EaseUS would not allow me to use unallocated space after recovery from my backup. When creating the image with another USB management utility, I was able to resize the resulting 16gb partition, but not before scanning the drive and allowing Windows to fix errors which probably didn't help to preserve the information that is lost every time... One vital feature that works is GodMode9 when I hold START while powering my 3DS with the 16gb SD BEFORE anything has been copied to the 128gb using various methods (different usb image tools/drag & drop). I'm going to try writing another image copy, but FAT32 Format says that it will take 9 hours to finish unless I settle for a quick format midway. EaseUS Partition Master is so fast that I don't trust it to format my SD in FAT32. Files like .tmd, .app, data (folder) and cmd (folder) are the ones flagged as unreadable when I just copy & paste to the new SD if that helps. What exactly do I need? I don't mind losing miscellaneous junk if I can restore functionality of GodMode9 and my game saves are okay. Should I just live with a corrupted GodMode9 and see if my games will work until new jailbreaking tools/methods are available? Thanks for your time.